THE Queen appeared in a taped feature with Paddington Bear ahead of the Platinum Party at the Palace, which she watched from her home.
The Queen missed out on some celebratory events during Platinum Jubilee weekend and here’s the latest as the nationwide party draws to a close on Sunday 5th June.
Where is the Queen today?
On June 5, the Queen is due to appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace while overseeing the street contest to be held above the Mall.
Royal revelers continue to hope Her Majesty will show up after missing the Platinum Party at the Palace on Saturday 4 June.
It has not yet been confirmed whether the Queen will make her final jubilee appearance to conclude the prestigious event.
She watched the Epsom Derby on TV from her home in Windsor Castle, where she will likely be if she doesn’t show up in London on June 5.
How is the queen?
The Queen’s health has been stable in recent months, but officials said she is struggling with mobility issues.
Concerns arose after it was revealed Prince Andrew had tested positive for Covid just days after visiting his mother.
Andrew was not seen at Trooping the Color and did not take part in the flight past, although as a non-working king he would not have been allowed onto the balcony this year.
He is believed to have tested positive during a routine Covid test on Wednesday 1 June.
The queen is not believed to have contracted the virus at this point.
Her Majesty is no stranger to the disease, having tested positive herself in February.
Queen Elizabeth II was suffering from mild symptoms and was isolated while being constantly monitored by doctors.
She’s three times pricked and was “determined to keep going” during her positive period.
The Queen has tested positive following an outbreak by Windsor Castle staff.
It has also been reported that the Queen is suffering from several mobility issues, forcing her to miss attending some events.
A source told The Mail on Sunday: “The assumption now must be that the Queen will not be present at events.
“Whether Her Majesty attends will be decided on that day and she will be accompanied by another member of the royal family.”
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On April 14, 2022, Prince Charles took her place at the Maundy Service as she was unable to attend for the first time in 52 years.
She also withdrew from attending the Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph and the annual Commonwealth service.
Which Platinum Jubilee events will The Queen miss?
As decisions about the Queen’s presence are made on that day, things could change.
The Queen missed the party at the palace.
The Queen withdrew from the Epsom Derby on June 3rd.
Buckingham Palace said the Queen will be watching the big sporting event on television at Windsor Castle.
Her Majesty is said to have felt “some uneasiness” following Thursday’s celebrations.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge headed to Wales to celebrate at the Rounds of Cardiff Castle this afternoon for a special Platinum Jubilee Celebration Concert.
They were joined by Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
The celebrations for the weekend will conclude with the Big Jubilee Lunch and the Platinum Jubilee Pageant.
The story of the Queen’s 70-year accession to the throne is told by volunteers, dancers, musicians and military personnel as a River of Hope parade parade down the Mall.
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